One of the most beautiful parts of Zagreb, the Strossmayer promenade

One of the most beautiful parts of Zagreb, the Strossmayer promenade

Upper town in Zagreb is one of the oldest parts of the city, and on the south edge there is a 400 meter long promenade J. J. Strossmayer. South promenade (its name before it was called the Strossmayer promenade) was the first public promenade in the city of Zagreb. Works began in 1812, a year after the promenade was completed. It was named after the Bishop Josip Juraj Strossmayer mid-19th century, and it got its final form in the 1912th. (more…)...
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After the grand opening, I went on a tour around the Advent in Zagreb

After the grand opening, I went on a tour around the Advent in Zagreb

I've already published a post about the opening of the Advent in Zagreb, and this is a photo walk a couple of days after. Note: if you understand Croatian, feel free to check out more stories about Advent in Zagreb (and other stuff about the city) on Lice grada. (more…)...
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The Tower Lotrscak is the only preserved part of the city fortifications

The Tower Lotrscak is the only preserved part of the city fortifications

I did a photo story for the website Lice grada (Face of the city) about the Tower Lotrscak, which is one of the most known symbols of Zagreb. It's considered to be the only part of the city fortifications which is in a really good shape. Everyone can buy a ticket and climb to the 30 meter high top of the tower and you get to enjoy a beautiful view of  Zagreb. Every day, the cannon located in the tower, fires at noon and the shot is heard almost all around the city. (more…)...
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